Dan

Smithfield, RI

#22 Apr 16, 2009
Alright I was skeptical because it was really expensive and all natural but champori actually works (for me). Had a little flare up at first but thats because I was on a steroid (fluocinolone I think), but after a few days each night it would decrease it a shade of red, and now about 5 days later my eczema is barely visible. Unlike the steroids, it didn't think out the skin either, my cheeks look healthy. If you've tried a bunch of different creams and what not, I would suggest trying the champori spray/ cream combo. Its money back even if it doesn't work...
Dan

Smithfield, RI

#23 Apr 16, 2009
Alright I was skeptical because it was really expensive and all natural but champori actually works (for me). Had a little flare up at first but thats because I was on a steroid (fluocinolone I think), but after a few days each night it would decrease it a shade of red, and now about 5 days later my eczema is barely visible. Unlike the steroids, it didn't think out the skin either, my cheeks look healthy. If you've tried a bunch of different creams and what not, I would suggest trying the champori spray/ cream combo. Its money back even if it doesn't work...
and ps make sure you do simple things that help eczema all the time too ie. drink lots of water, use gentle soaps, flax seed and zinc help a little as well.
Richie

Smithfield, RI

#24 Apr 22, 2009
I used champori too and it worked well, but after about 2 weeks it seems like its loosing its potency. Idk if I'm just having a little flare up or if this is a regular thing?

Since: Apr 09

UK

#25 Apr 22, 2009
Hi
I have had eczema all my life and have had varying levels of intensity. Through the years, I have found ways to keep it at bay and now I hardly get any eczema at all.(only when I am very stressed) and I know how to keep it from getting out of control.
I don't use steroids anymore but just stay away from substances I know will cause me to become itchy such as almost any material apart from cotton, food preservatives and colourings, harsh chemicals, perfume among others. I found an excellent site that just compounds what I discovered myself and more so I like to keep up to date http://www.remedyforeczemablog.com which covers most aspects of eczema with workable treatments.
I also find that ANY emolients and paraben based creams are worthless and make my skin itch worse. I go for more light creams and organic if I can.
I hope this can even help one person get out of the itch- scratch cycle for good.
cheers

Since: Apr 09

UK

#26 Apr 22, 2009
Hi

I have had eczema all my life and have had varying levels of intensity. Through the years, I have found ways to keep it at bay and now I hardly get any eczema at all.(only when I am very stressed) and I know how to keep it from getting out of control.

I don't use steroids anymore but just stay away from substances I know will cause me to become itchy such as almost any material apart from cotton, food preservatives and colourings, harsh chemicals, perfume among others. I found an excellent site that just compounds what I discovered myself and more - http://www.remedyforeczemablog.com
It includes most, if not all aspects of eczema and workable ways to treat it. It is worth checking out.

I also find that emolients and other parafin based creams are worthless and make my skin more itchy and inflamed. i try to use lighter creams and organic where possible. I hope this can even help one person get out of the vicious itch-scratch cycle.

All the best.

Liz
Infinitii

Henderson, NV

#27 Apr 22, 2009
I find that coconut oil and turmeric works wonders for me. You can check out www.eczemaremedyblog.com there are a few remedies there and how they work. HTH, Infinitii
Casper

Edinburgh, UK

#28 May 25, 2009
Dan, I was wondering whether you are still using Champori and whether it is still working well for you? I have severe facial eczema - so difficult to control. I have used Champori for one day and it is still quite inflamed, red and itchy. Any advice? Thanks
Dan wrote:
Alright I was skeptical because it was really expensive and all natural but champori actually works (for me). Had a little flare up at first but thats because I was on a steroid (fluocinolone I think), but after a few days each night it would decrease it a shade of red, and now about 5 days later my eczema is barely visible. Unlike the steroids, it didn't think out the skin either, my cheeks look healthy. If you've tried a bunch of different creams and what not, I would suggest trying the champori spray/ cream combo. Its money back even if it doesn't work...
and ps make sure you do simple things that help eczema all the time too ie. drink lots of water, use gentle soaps, flax seed and zinc help a little as well.
Amanda

Knoxville, TN

#30 Jul 13, 2009
Anyone tried bleach baths or the cinnamon/honey mixture with success?
Naomi

Bastrop, TX

#31 Aug 22, 2009
I stumbled upon a cure for eczema when a friend had me try a lotion called Renew. I noticed how it had helped my dry, cracky hands so my mom tried it on her dermatitis. And again it disappeared. So the ultimate test was on my 5 year old cousin's eczema. He had it from head to toe. He was on all kinds of lotions, creams, prescriptions but it all burned and never kept it at bay. So we rubbed some of this lotion on him and THE VERY NEXT DAY IT WAS ALREADY HEALILNG!! I get goosebumps thinking about it...I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it myself. So now I tell anyone I know about this amazing stuff. I became a customer with this company, Melaleuca and use many of their other products now. And they're all phenomenal! I don't sell it but can refer you. You can email me at fayth480@gmail.com and I can help you!
God bless!
Alex

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#32 Aug 24, 2009
I have had really bad eczema for many years now which has really been a plague to me.
I had eczema as a child growing up, it disappeared in my youth and early 20s but has come back with vengeance. I don't know how many times I have seen the dermatologist now and taken all sorts of potions and lotions, steroid creams, UVB narrow band ray treatment you name it, and yet still my eczema continued to get worse, until a good friend of mine told me about a natural treatment that had worked wonders for him so he told me to give it a try, and hey what have I got to lose right I'm desperate. So went to the following link:
http://www.disappeareczema.com
and straight out I could not believe my eyes when I used the product, this has completely changed my life and given me my confidence and self esteem back. Thanks Mike for introducing me to this revolutionized product.
Leanne Hammer

Karachi, Pakistan

#33 Oct 2, 2009
Hello All,

I am wondering if anyone knows a good place to get discount cosmetics online. I use the Clinique brand of facewash/lotion and usually buy it through department stores... but am looking to save some $$

http://dir.allnutri.com/lbri.com.html
Indi

Australia

#34 Oct 3, 2009
My daughter had very bad eczema. I could not believe how much she suffered. God bless I found a cream which not just maintained her, she is cured. How beautiful. Also friends of mind, had just beautiful results. Just wanted to share it with all you. You can look up the information on www.soe-biocosmetic.com.au
Marjorie

Miami Beach, FL

#35 Oct 4, 2009
I tried a natural cure and it worked very well. Check it out at www.eczemareview.info it really does work! and I hope you all try as well, you really have nothing to loose as they offer your money back if it doesn't.

Good luck!
strump

United States

#36 Oct 28, 2009
Unfortunately, the product from www.eczemareview.info didn't do anything for my eczema. Trying to get a refund proved impossible, too. Not a good experience, that.
ex excema sufferer

UK

#37 Jan 9, 2010
Kim wrote:
Hi, my son suffered from eczema when he was younger and everything that I tried did not help, until another mom recommended me a product called Renew Lotion. After three days of using it the eczema on his stomach and legs were gone, now I use it everyday to control the eczema on his arms. It works wonders and I also use it on myself for my dry skin. I have a few samples that I would be happy to share with anybody who would like to try it. My email is ameraznkimko@yahoo.com
I tryed cerrassie soap and cerrassie cleanser it soothed my skin had no ichinging or soreness. It's all natural try it visit:www.naturalglow.org.uk.
Meagan H

Bronx, NY

#39 Feb 3, 2010
Hi,

Is anyone else concerned about the petroleum base for the Champori cream? I recently read that petroleum jelly is linked to breast cancer.
Is the topical use of it safe? I do see some positive results from Champori, but don't want to put myself at risk.
Meri

Dryden, NY

#40 Sep 17, 2010
Jen wrote:
Hi There!
I had this spots in my skin more in my arms and at the back of my legs and on top of my knees. It is just like a fine pimples and I don't know if this is eczema or psoriasis. Anyone can help me what to get to cure my skin problem? I have tried lotions of different kinds and mild soap but still no help. I am hopeless to my situation. Please, anyone can help me. Please....
If it is just fine raised pimples it could be keritosis Pillaris, are they red? if not, look up KP and see. The best thing for KP is exfolliating and moisturizing, I use paulas choice Beta hydroxy acid lotion 2% and it help with the bumps. Just a suggestion.
Meri

Dryden, NY

#41 Sep 17, 2010
I have excema on my scalp, the very expensive shampoo I got from the dr did not work. I am interested in trying the CHampori, any recommendations on how to use it on my scalp? or suggestions for other treatments?
rasjan

London, UK

#43 Jan 24, 2012
strump wrote:
Unfortunately, the product from www.eczemareview.info didn't do anything for my eczema. Trying to get a refund proved impossible, too. Not a good experience, that.
hi, I have eczema and I am currently using a Cerassie & Shea butter cream, along with a Cerassie Soap. It clears my skin and irratations.I bought it from www.wellbeingsoaps.co.uk it's all natural, give it a try.
leon

Ålborg, Denmark

#44 Sep 28, 2012
Hi! So many people suffering from atopic eczema. I am here to join you, unfortunately :) I have 29 and have eczema from my birth.. I used many treatments, listened to many advices, but nearly nothing helped me.. So I was searching the internet and found out many good advices... I found one great blog, based on real stories and treatments of one guy and found it very useful.

You can find here advices how to bath, shower, what cream should you use.So if you are suffering from dermatitis or atopic eczema, just look http://www.myatopiceczema.com/ ...maybe something will help you :)) good luck!

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